|Dreams That Money Can Buy - Hans Richter|
"Joe/Narcissus (Jack Bittner) is an ordinary man who has recently signed a complicated lease on a room. As he wonders how to pay the rent, he discovers that he can see the contents of his mind unfolding whilst looking into his eyes in the mirror. He realises that he can apply his gift to others ("If you can look inside yourself, you can look inside anyone!"), and sets up a business in his room, selling tailor-made dreams to a variety of frustrated and neurotic clients." -wikipedia IMDB page
Keywords: Surrealist; Hans Richter; Max Ernst; Fernand Léger; Man Ray; Venice Film Festival; Experimental; Art Film
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|Episode 14: Mixing With The Mainstream - Calum Reed & Pete Sheppard|
It's Episode 14 of In the Mood for Podcast, a British-based film podcast hosted by Calum Reed of Ultimate Addict and Pete Sheppard of In the Mood for Blog. This week's lack of arthouse fodder leaves us stuck with middling multiplex fare, in the form of horrors and comedies. There's boysy humour abound in wedding farce "A Few Best Men," and the Sci-fi Ben Stiller-led "The Watch," plus we sample the natural in "The Myth of the American Sleepover" and the supernatural in the Sam Raimi-produced "The...
Keywords: the possession; kyra sedgwick; total recall; colin farrell; ben stiller; the watch; jonah hill; the master; terrence malick; venice film festival; rec 3; oscars; original song
|The Alien Invasion #80 - Wirrn Love - Galactic Netcasts|
On The Alien Invasion #80...Under the Skin gets it's first showing. Croatia's plan to bring in tourists. A sculptors homage to the Xenomorph. Plus a look at The Wirrn from Doctor Who in the Creature Feature. * Jonathan Glazer's alien horror in festival lineup. http://www.theguardian.com/film/2013/aug/27/venice-film-festival-under-the-skin * "Alien head" discovered by workers digging in Croatian graveyard...
Keywords: Jonathan Glazer; Under The Skin; Venice film festival; Scarlett Johansson; alien head; Croatia; graveyard; Alien; gargoyle; Paisley Abbey; The Wirrn; Doctor Who; The Ark In Space; Tom Baker; Twilight Zone; Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up; Star Trek The Next Generation Customizable Card Game
|Episode 61: Harsh Terrain [The Lone Ranger; The Canyons; From Up on Poppy Hill] - Calum Reed & Pete Sheppard|
It’s Episode 61 of In the Mood for Podcast, a British-based film podcast hosted by Calum Reed of Ultimate Addict and Pete Sheppard of In the Mood for Blog. After Pete’s whirlwind trip to Croatia we unite for cinematic visits to canyons, hills, and valleys. The return of a flesh-baring Lindsay Lohan sets pulses racing, but the trashy politics and Hollywood commentary of “The Canyons” only works for one of us...
Keywords: the lone ranger; johnny depp; meryl streep; oscars; supporting; august osage county; julia roberts; podcast; review; podcast review; gore verbinski; jerry bruckheimer; armie hammer; the canyons; james deen; lindsay lohan; bret easton ellis; paul schrader; venice film festival; george clooney; the men who stare at goats; grant heslov; ewan mcgregor; from up on poppy hill; miyazaki; anime; london film festival; saving mr banks; emma thompson; tom hanks; mary poppins; white space; margerita buy; karen black; lantern; media history
|Episode 63: Puzzling Downfalls [Elysium; Lovelace; We're the Millers] - Calum Reed & Pete Sheppard|
Peroni comes out to play in this weekâs episode, as Pete prepares for his impending flight to Venice by cracking open a bottle or two and lays into some usual suspects, including Nicolas Winding Refn and Kate Hudson. Cal saw Jennifer Aniston bare all in âWeâre the Millersâ and Amanda Seyfried get it all out in âLovelace,â and reveals a risquÃ© podcast game to test Peteâs knowledge of steamy film scenes...
Keywords: miley cyrus; vmas; robin thicke; ben affleck; batman; julie harris; wentworth miller; gay; review; podcast; podcast review; venice film festival; elysium; nell blonkamp; jodie foster; matt damon; sharlto copley; lovelace; amanda seyfried; adam brody; peter sarsgaard; linda lovelace; deep throat; we're the millers; jennifer aniston; emma roberts; what maisie knew; julianne moore; alexander skarsgard; steve coogan; kate hudson; birth; danny huston; nicole kidman; glenn close; sigourney weaver; almost famous; gorillas in the mist; a very long engagement; amelie; jean pierre jeunet
|Episode 64: The Return of Wowface [Venice Film Festival; Upstream Color; You're Next] - Calum Reed & Pete Sheppard|
It's Episode 64 of In the Mood for Podcast, a British-based film podcast hosted by Calum Reed of Ultimate Addict and Pete Sheppard of In the Mood for Blog. This week's episode sees Pete return from the Venice Film Festival with reviews of Stephen Fears' "Philomena" and Sion Sono's "Why Don't You Play In Hell," among other work by Miguel Gomes, Kelly Reichardt, and John Curran. We also take time out to discuss reaction on the Lido to Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity." This week's films see the highly-an...
Keywords: fifty shades of grey; dakota johnson; charlie hunnam; review; podcast; podcast review; david frost; upstream color; upstream colour; shane carruth; meaning; pain & gain; pain and gain; michael bay; the rock; mark wahlberg; anthony mackie; rebel wilson; true story; you're next; adam wingard; the strangers; the purge; festen; venice film festival; philomena; judi dench; stephen frears; steve coogan; miguel gomes; redemption; why don't you play in hell; sion sono; shion sono; tracks; john curran; mia wasikowska; we are the best; lukas moodyson; kelly reichardt; night moves; may in the summer; hiam abbass
|Episode 59: Car Crashes in Black & White [Frances Ha; Blancanieves; The Internship] - Calum Reed & Pete Sheppard|
It's Episode 59 of In the Mood for Podcast, a British-based film podcast hosted by Calum Reed of Ultimate Addict and Pete Sheppard of In the Mood for Blog. We're going retro with this week's podcast, as we discuss the otherworldly prowess of Rita Hayworth in 1946 noir "Gilda," which Pete caught recently in all of its digitally restored glory. We also discuss two films deliberately harking back to the good old days, with silent fairy-tale "Blancanieves" facing off against Noah Baumbach's "Manhatt...
Keywords: podcast; review; podcast review; frances ha; greta gerwig; grace kelly; noah baumbach; grace gummer; mickey sumner; meryl streep; adam driver; new york; woody allen; manhattan; renoir; jean renoir; pierre auguste renoir; the internship; shawn levy; vince vaughn; owen wilson; rose byrne; the goddess of 1967; venice film festival; best actress; blancanieves; snow white; carmen; the artist; la antena; the aerial; spain; oscars; foreign language film; kelly reichardt; night moves; kim ki duk; james franco; child of god; david gordon green; gravity; alfonso cuaron; john curran
|Episode 62: Nights to Forget [Bachelorette; 2 Guns; Chennai Express] - Calum Reed & Pete Sheppard|
This week's episode features two epic tales of unfortunate evenings, as Pete takes the role of storyteller for a missed flight debacle and a drunken car-key faux pas. We give our verdict on a night from hell for the characters in wedding comedy "Bachelorette," and dig into the viability of the politics in Scandinavian prostitution procedural "Call Girl." Cal went to bat for the rampant action comedy "2 Guns," and Iain Softley's welcome return to directing, "Trap for Cinderella," while Pete (surp...
Keywords: Bachelorette; Kirsten dunst; rebel Wilson; isla fisher; james marsden; leslye headland; adam scott; lizzy Kaplan; 2 guns; baltasar kormakur; mark Wahlberg; denzel Washington; paula patton; Chennai express; Shahrukh Khan; rohit shetty; trap for Cinderella; iain softly; tuppence middleton; Alexandra roach; call girl; pernilla august; the girl with the dragon tattoo; sexism; venice film festival; review; podcast review; podcast; mr nobody; jared leto; sarah polley; women without men; shirin neshat; one zero; Egypt; ben hur; remake; paranoia; flop; Harrison ford; the wings of the dove; oscars; allison elliott
|Episode 60: Sobriety Is a Virtue [The Conjuring; The Heat; Only God Forgives] - Calum Reed & Pete Sheppard|
Itâs Episode 60 of In the Mood for Podcast, a British-based film podcast hosted by Calum Reed of Ultimate Addict and Pete Sheppard of In the Mood for Blog. A peroni-less podcast sees Pete on his best behaviour when confronted with a listener question that dares to approach the subject of Keira Knightley (see, we will answer questions about literally anything!) and when forced to tackle âParis-Manhattan,â a French love letter to Woody Allen...
Keywords: keira knightley; review; podcast review; podcast; atonement; pride and prejudice; the duchess; anna karenina; period films; ben whishaw; gay; bright star; ellen degeneres; oscars; captain phillips; london film festival; bfi; rita moreno; sag; letter never sent; johnnie to; romancing in thin air; venice film festival; venice 2009; white material; claire denis; the informant; steven soderbergh; matt damon; adrift; choi voi; i am love; insolocao; around a small mountain; jacques rivette; the conjuring; vera farmiga; patrick wilson; james wan; red 2; helen mirren; bruce willis; anthony hopkins; paris manhattan; woody allen; only god forgives; nicholas winding refn; ryan gosling; kristin scott-thomas; the heat; sandra bullock; paul feig; melissa mccarthy
|Episode 65: Preferential Pork [About Time; Blackfish; Any Day Now] - Calum Reed & Pete Sheppard|
Festivals are on the brain this week, as we discuss the unexpected winners from Venice’s Bertolucci-headed jury, and what to expect from the London Film Festival in October. Cal saw a rare film outing for Alan Cumming, in gay adoption drama “Any Day Now,” and braced the bloody horror “No One Lives,” while Pete opted for killer whale documentary “Blackfish.” We have a review of the academic “Museum Hours,” and Richard Curtis’ “About Time,” which Cal only saw a quarter of, ...
Keywords: Faye Dunaway; Barfly; Mickey Rourke; Robert Siodmak; Charles Laughton; The Suspect; review; podcast; podcast review; venice film festival; winners; sacro gra; stray dogs; Philomena; steve coogan; judi dench; London film festival; the police officer’s wife; child’s pose; Gloria; meryl streep; august osage county; Oscars; angela Lansbury; steve martin; Angelina jolie; two lives; liv Ullman; blue is the warmest colour; any day now; alan cumming; true story; blackfish; documentary; about time; Richard Curtis; Rachel mcadams; domnhall Gleeson; no one lives; luke evans; museum hours; jem cohen
|Episode 97: Continental Drift [Tracks; A Thousand Times Good Night; Blue Ruin] - Calum Reed & Pete Sheppard|
Dubbed "Mr. D+" by Pete, Cal hopes for a better run of films this week, as our slate of continent-spanning sober dramas force us to tone things down a little. We review Erik Poppeâs âA Thousand Times Good Night,â starring the ever-exemplary Juliette Binoche, but is the moral-heavy family crisis at the filmâs centre worthy of her abilities? Itâs been eight months since Pete saw and liked John Curranâs âTracksâ at Venice, but does Cal feel the same way about the Aussie desert quest's quali...
Keywords: bob hoskins; mona lisa; best actor; podcast; review; podcast review; cannes; oscars; paul newman; snubs; spring breakers; sequel; sean penn; she's so lovely; cannes film festival; hurlyburly; robin wright; the princess bride; william goldman; hype and glory; miss america; clean; olivier assayas; maggie cheung; nick nolte; sherrybaby; flight; chaotic ana; into the night; to the wonder; terrence malick; safety not guaranteed; jake johnson; the search for bridey murphy; teresa wright; youth without youth; francis ford coppola; a thousand times good night; juliette binoche; erik poppe; blue ruin; jeremy saulnier; blood simple; joel coen; honour; paddy considine; filth; tracks; mia wasikowska; adam driver; robyn davidson; venice film festival; john curran; berlin film festival
|Episode 107: The Four Percent Rule [Boyhood; Begin Again; How To Train Your Dragon 2] - Calum Reed & Pete Sheppard|
This week we turn our attention to the upcoming Venice Film Festival, discussing the just-announced opening film for 2014, and the recent history of openers at the festival, which include two Steven Spielberg films and a derranged noir effort from Brian DePalma. Change is on the horizon, as the World Cup is over and Pete is now a home owner, but he still couldn't pluck up the courage to experience Keira Knightley's vocal tones in John Carney's "Begin Again," leaving Cal all alone with some awkwa...
Keywords: Reviews; podcast review; review; Oscar podcast; Oscars; venice film festival; venice; birdman; inarritu; saving private ryan; eyes wide shut; Stanley Kubrick; burn after reading; baaria; black swan; gravity; seven swords; the black dahlia; mia kirshner; Fiona shaw; how to train your dragon 2; cate Blanchett; Gerard butler; begin again; once; john carney; keira knightley; babel; james corden; mark ruffalo; adam Levine; lost stars; coming up roses; boyhood; Richard linklater; best picture; patricia arquette; ethan hawke; john wayne; barry norman; lily allen; Frida; original score; salma hayek; the illusionist
|Episode 109: All About the Bantz [Hercules; Joe; The Films of 1977] - Calum Reed & Pete Sheppard|
This week we let the reviews take a back seat, as we focus on festival fare and classic cinema. Podcast stalwart Irini M. is back with us to discuss the line-up for this year's Venice Film Festival (which she will be attending) but abandons us after half an hour, forcing Pete to turn to poetry for consolation. We take (a lot of) time out to discuss the year that was 1977, talking about the year's critics prizes, Oscar winners, and our personal top tens, leading to digressions about a classic cat...
Keywords: miss julie; review; podcast; review; film podcast; oscar podcast; podcast oscars; liv ullmann; jessica chastain; colin farrell; the serpent's egg; benoit jacquot; chiara mastroianni; marcelo mastroianni; catherine deneuve; roy andersson; fatih akin; tahar rahim; peter ho sun chan; dearest; comrades: almost a love story; abel ferrara; pasolini; willem dafoe; manglehorn; david gordon green; al pacino; andrew niccol; ethan hawke; good kill; joshua oppenheimer; diane kruger; troy; hercules; the rock; dwayne johnson; brett ratner; ian mcshane; john hurt; greek mythology; venice film festival; line-up; venice 2014; joe; nicholas cage; tye sheridan; earth to echo; review; 1977 films; annie hall; julia; jane fonda; vanessa redgrave; the american friend; bruno ganz; opening night; gena rowlands; the ascent; equus; richard burton; a bridge too far; 3 women; robert altman; iphigenia; michael cacoyannis; jubilee; toyah wilcox; star wars; the late show; art carney; harry and tonto; soldier of orange; paul verhoeven; luis
|Episode 114: The Paris Clanger [Before I Go To Sleep; Life of Crime; They Came Together] - Calum Reed & Pete Sheppard|
This week's episode is a tale of two halves, as Irini M. joins us once again, having spent the past week or so trawling across the lido of Venice. She brings us extensive coverage of the film festival, reviewing most of the competition line-up, and dishing her verdict on (among other things) why Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's "Birdman" left Italy empty-handed, and why Kim Ki-Duk's filmmaking style is getting rather insufferable...
Keywords: joan rivers; fashion police; giuliana rancic; review; podcast; review; oscars podcast; oscars; film podcast; birdman; alejandro gonzalez inarritu; andrew garfield; 99 homes; emma stone; michael keaton; adam driver; hungry hearts; best actress; best picture; venice film festival; winners; the look of silence; joshua oppenheimer; sivas; court; roy andersson; golden lion; a pigeon sat on a branch reflecting on existence; manglehorn; al pacino; she's funny that way; peter bogdanovich; the last hammer blow; 3 hearts; the cut; tahar rahim; fatih akin; red amnesia; tales; far from men; the innocents; the pact; caity lotz; nicholas mccarthy; paris hilton; the hottie and the nottie; life of crime; john hawkes; elmore leanord; jennifer aniston; isla fisher; mos def; they came together; david wain; they can't take it with you; frank capra; paul rudd; amy poehler; before i go to sleep; rowan joffe; nicole kidman; mark strong; colin firth; saw; scream; american hustle
|Episode 104: Miscarriages of Justice [The Fault In Our Stars; Jersey Boys; Miss Violence] - Calum Reed & Pete Sheppard|
Irini M. returns this week to help us discuss our favourite films and performances from 2014 so far, leading to a disagreement about Wes Anderson, yet more discussion of Xavier Dolan, and a fierce defence of a podcast fantasy favourite. The week's reviews see us flirt with both familiarity and contempt, as Cedric Klapisch's trilogy-capping "Chinese Puzzle" was finally released in the UK, while not all of us were happy about the Venice trophy haul of Greek family drama "Miss Violence." We tackle ...
Keywords: podcast; review; podcast review; oscars; jennifer lawrence; alexandre desplat; venice film festival; the imitation game; unbroken; angelina jolie; the well digger's daughter; wong kar-wai; chungking express; ferryman; in the name of the father; jennifer lopez; daniel day-lewis; pete postlethwaite; emma thompson; the remains of the day; gerry conlon; devil's knot; football; world cup; euro 2004; greece; venus in fur; emmanuelle seigner; mathieu amalric; roman polanski; the fault in our stars; shailene woodley; laura dern; ansel elgort; restless; now is good; dakota fanning; cancer films; chinese puzzle; l'auberge espagnole; russian dolls; ballet russes; kelly reilly; cedric klapisch; romain duris; cecile de france; miss violence; alexandros avranas; jersey boys; clint eastwood; musicals; grand budapest hotel; is the man who is tall happy; michel gondry; wes anderson; mr peabody and sherman; next goal wins; a promise; rebecca hall; tracks; mia wasikowska; scarlett johansson; under the skin; tom hardy; xenia